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Heater blower motor doesnt work. 1.3 volts going to plug to motor

Bought new motor plugged in and still wont work. at the end of my rope.

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  • nfielder69 Dec 29, 2008

    This problem I have is on a 92 seville. Its saying 97 S-10.

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Resisters, follow wire from blower to small electric piece in the duct near your blower motor.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • David Johnson
    David Johnson Dec 29, 2008

    92 seville has climate control, but the blower still has the resisters, Check them

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